CubeSat usually comes in standard dimensions (10×10×10 cm cubic units) or multiple groups depending on the application and payload. The platform is made up of modular subsystems, which each have a specific role and function.
These subsystems are the structural subsystem, power subsystem, energy subsystem, thermal control subsystem, attitude control subsystem, communication and data handling subsystem and the payload subsystem. The project is designed to provide hands-on, research opportunities for undergraduate students. It aims to design, develop and analyze via 3U CubeSat: the first satellite developed by UAEU. The design and development team is made up of students from the College of Engineering, College of Sciences and the College of Humanities. It provides students with satellite design experience and exposes them to Space Science and research activities.
Frequency agile units, including radios, antennae, RF power amplifiers, filters, phase shifters, oscillators and matching circuits, can be configured to achieve the required frequency band. The bandwidth for one single component can serve different applications and support space radio telecommunications. We are working to realize a universal frequency agile space radio (FASR) that can be reconfigured between different bands by employing tuning techniques such as MEMS, tunable dielectric materials and CMOS varactors. In terms of energy efficiency, we will explore smart hardware architectures to assess performance and energy consumption for frequency agile space radio platforms and conduct a feasibility study of hardware acceleration in the implementation of FASR. The focus is to develop efficient FASR architecture and identify commonalities to enable a consolidation of functions as we expand capabilities and reduce duplication. The system is designed in a way to have several interfaces and other subsystems that can be automatically integrated with other radio subsystems.
One of the most promising Mars missions is the Emirates Mars Mission Probe that will be launched in 2020 and will orbit Mars in 2021. Firstly, the project is proposing the development of an air pollution monitoring tool and an air quality index map (PM10/PM2.5) for the UAE using state-of-the art satellite data. Secondly, the project proposes building regression models to explain the optical depth of Mars dust in order to understand the behavior of the dust in terms of optical thickness so as to simulate equipment and instrumentation for the Emirati Mars Mission.
Propulsion Engine for MARS Vehicle
Fabrication and Characterization of Mo-Doped GeTe Thin Films for Space Sector Application
High Efficiency L-Band Power Amplifier (PA) for Space Application
Design and develop an educational mobile app to raise awareness, knowledge and interest in young children about space science and the Mars mission
Increase the exploitation of Mars data using machine learning
High efficiency perovskite solar cells for space application
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